A potential buyer signed a contract to buy a Palm Beach home on Everglades Island, listed for sale in late January with an asking price just under $16 million.
At that asking price, the deal would be the most expensive among 15 currently pending sales of single-family homes in Palm Beach, according to Multiple Listing Service information.
Harold and Lorrainea Corrigan listed the four-bedroom home with a Colonial architectural style.
The Palm Beach Daily News also reported that the Corrigans renovated the 8,674-square-foot home after buying it for $3.85 million in 2000.
The home was built in 1961 on a half acre with 151 feet of waterfront.
Pam and Brad Miller, agents of the Corcoran Group, represent the unidentified potential buyer. [Palm Beach Daily News] — Mike Seemuth